US Open Beer Chugging Girl Megan Lucky Gets Snubbed This Year!

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Tex Hollywood - September 6, 2023

The world of going viral is pretty hilarious, because the people who go viral will do anything they can to continue the streak. It's like they feel like they won the lottery, achieved something they always wanted to achieve and they assume it's just that easy to maintain that gold strike.

Megan Lucky went viral a few years ago for chugging a beer at the US Open, which for tennis fans is not a very classy thing to do, which is why it got so much hype. The otherwise stuffy sport for rich people, where the fans aren't allowed to cheer or heckle had a babe chugging a beer, amazing.

The US Open clearly appreciated the energy or the free press, trying to make themselves hip to the new generation, like they aren't your granny's US Open, so they put her on the Jumbotron a second time the following year.

Well, we're into her third year of being a one-beer-chug wonder and the US Open decided they gave her enough press with the annual beer chugging in the stands, because even they felt the schtick got old and tired and needed a little refresh.

The content creator has taken to her social media to complain about the snub, since her whole celebrity relies on the US Open partaking in her beer chug.

What is an instagram celebrity to do from here? It seems she plans to take her beer chug act on the road to other sporting events, maybe you'll be able to hire her out to chug beer at your backyard BBQs, sweet sixteens and Bar Mitzvahs.

Or she can just do Bikini pics!

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